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Sunday 15th December 2019

Davina McCall confirmed as new This Morning host

She'll be on with Rochelle

Davina McCall has been announced as a new guest host on ITV's This Morning.

The former Big Brother presenter, 51, will host the popular daytime show tomorrow (16.08.19) alongside singer Rochelle Humes.

Today's episode aired clips of Davina's previous antics on the programme and told viewers: "Tomorrow, the iconic host with the most is rolling into the hot seat.

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"Screen queen Davina McCall is back as your guest This Morning presenter.

"And who better to partner up with than the superstar Saturday herself, Rochelle Humes."

Davina has held the This Morning fort in the past, having previously presented the programme alongside regular Phillip Schofield when his on-screen partner Holly Willoughby was ill.

Screen queen Davina McCall is back as your guest This Morning presenter.

She has also previously featured alongside former Strictly Come Dancing star Ore Oduba, who won the competition in 2016.

Rochelle, meanwhile, has regularly served as a guest presenter since filling in for Holly during her stint on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! last year.

Davina is famous for hosting Big Brother and the celebrity version when they were on Channel 4.

More recently, she's presented ITV's Long Lost Family and featured on the new three-part Channel 4 series about late reality star Jade Goody.

Davina has been hosting Long Lost Family (Credit: Brett D. Cove /

It's been a colourful week for This Morning, which Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford have hosted while Phil and Holly take their summer break.

On Wednesday (14.08.19), Eamonn joked that Gemma Collins should replace Ruth on the programme.

The reality TV queen was on to speak about her new show, Diva Forever, and her life in the limelight.

But at one point, Gemma took over Ruth's spot on the show and showed off her autocue reading skills.

Eamonn joked that Gemma should replace Ruth (Credit: ITV)

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Eamonn said, as he put his arm around Gemma and they beamed towards the camera: "This could be 'The GC and the EH'. This is the new brand. That's the future."

During the same episode, viewers rushed to Twitter to call out a blunder they spotted during a weight crisis call-in segment.

While agony aunt Deidre Sanders chatted with a caller about her issue, viewers spotted there was a typo in the on-screen caption, which read: "I'm can't lose weight & it's making me miserable."

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